michelle lou

Outgoing Editor-in-Chief Michelle Lou (pronounced ‘low,’ like the Flo Rida song) (18C) took a somewhat circuitous route throughout her Emory career. The Goizueta Business School dropout wrapped up her political science major and East Asian studies minor last semester. Lou ...

Editor-at-Large Nicole Sadek (20C) was elected as editor-in-chief of The Emory Wheel on Feb. 23. In Sadek’s declaration for editor-in-chief candidacy, she wrote that she intends to appoint Managing Editor Niraj Naik (20B) as her co-editor-in-chief on her first day ...

As soon as the promise of a Desta Ethiopian Kitchen opening at Emory Point hit the news, I texted my foodie friends out of sheer joy, scheduling future dates for the opening of the second location of one of Atlanta’s ...

Emory University, including Oxford College, will delay opening on Tuesday until 10 a.m. due to inclement weather, according to a Monday night all-Emory email. North Georgia is expected to develop black ice tonight and early Tuesday, according to National Weather ...

Confused about the SGA audit and its potential impacts? The Wheel broke it down: What did SGA audit? SGA commissioned a committee to collect data on undergraduate student club participation from Oct. 12 to Nov. 11. Using that information, the ...

Editor’s Note: A previous version of this article that was published in the Nov. 28 issue was retracted online due to inaccuracies. The retracted article erroneously stated that Emory University Student Health Services (EUSHS) plans to offer rape kits. The ...

John Bugge, who taught English at Emory for 43 years and co-founded the Emeritus College, died on Nov. 5 at age 77 after he sustained injuries in a bike accident, according to Professor of English Sheila Cavanagh. Bugge suffered from ...